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Slash about Velver Revolver situation

Slash was asked to share an update on the status of Velvet Revolver as he promotes his third solo album, “World On Fire.” Velvet Revolver released two albums, including 2004’s “Contraband” and 2007’s “Libertad”, but have remained inactive since the 2008 departure of singer Scott Weiland… more about Slash and Velvet Revolver new.

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Interview: Slash Talks New Solo Album, Velvet Revolver and the State of Rock ‘n’ Roll

By Brian Ives 

“I don’t think interviews  anyone’s favorite part of being a musician,” Slash said, as he entered the Radio.com studio in New York for, well, an interview. 1,454 more words

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Interview: Slash Talks New Solo Album, Velvet Revolver and the State of Rock 'n' Roll

By Brian Ives 

“I don’t think interviews  anyone’s favorite part of being a musician,” Slash said, as he entered the Radio.com studio in New York for, well, an interview. 1,792 more words

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Top 5 "V" Artists

The Vs.  The name of Kingston’s Jr. A Hockey team.  Also the final letter on the ‘8’ of a telephone keypad.

Most importantly, the starting letter of a surprisingly decent crop of late-alphabet letter artists! 160 more words

Scott Weiland: Not Dead and Not For Sale

Youd think that for a man who worte some of the biggest hits of the 90s and 00s with STP and Velvet Revolver he would know how to write a book a little bit better. 184 more words

World on Fire by Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators

“Well, they say that we are tragic…”

Slash (born Saul Hudson in Stoke-on-Trent, England) is renowned for his skill at forming incredibly complex and impressive blues rock riffs throughout his career. 890 more words

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Slash, Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators Set the “World On Fire” at Fox Theater in CT

Ahead of the release of their latest album – World On Fire – Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators took the Fox Theater in CT by storm with a performance that harkened back to the glory days of hard rock, albeit in a much more intimate setting than the stadiums and arenas of yesteryear. 722 more words

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators